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    This is a hearty one-dish meal that is the perfect cure for a nacho craving.

    Recipe #501350

    This recipe was created by Sarah Britton and posted on the My New Roots blog. She calls it the best lentil salad ever, and I have to agree. I serve this over a small bed of baby arugula, and top the salad with some crumbled goat cheese for a healthy, tasty meatless meal. Other optional add-ins mentioned by Sarah are walnuts, fresh herbs & sprouts.

    Recipe #501346

    I used to bartend at Romano's Macaroni Grill. I thought their food was gross and it really is among the unhealthiest food you can find, but I enjoyed their Basil Pesto Chicken Pizza, which I ate often. I don't think it's even on the menu anymore, and it's been years since I've had it so I wouldn't call this recipe as an exact copycat... but it's close enough for me. I include artichokes and red pepper flakes, which Mac Grill did not use. The chicken is pretty much optional- I often make this vegetarian.

    Recipe #501079

    This is a fun, different cocktail that you probably won't find at a bar, as most places do not have Clamato juice and/or Squirt soda. I was surprised that there wasn't a recipe on the site yet, so here it is. (I edited the recipe to include muddling the first few ingredients- makes a big difference! Thanks boomette)

    Recipe #500468

    Everyone has their own way of making pad thai. This recipe is mine- a lighter version with a pleasant citrus flavor. The ramen used in this recipe is not the kind that comes packaged with a flavor packet- it's the good-quality kind that can be bought from Asian grocery stores. You can also use rice sticks or even spaghetti noodles if in a pinch.

    Recipe #500140

    These are savory, spicy burgers that are made even tastier with spicy mayo, avocado slices, a fried egg and pico de gallo. Add cheese if you like, or maybe even bacon. I'm sure these would taste great if cooked on a grill, but I pan-fry them.

    Recipe #500139

    Simple, quick, and healthy. Serve this over brown rice for a healthy vegan meal that contains all the amino acids that you need, or try it as a side dish without the rice.

    Recipe #498610

    I've been hooked on quinoa lately, and this salad features it nicely. The quinoa and arugula give the dish a great earthy flavor, and it's all very easy to throw together. This recipe is enough for two vegan entrees, or four side dishes.

    Recipe #498608

    A very pretty side dish that tastes as good as it looks. From Saveur, but I use frozen broccoli instead of fresh and light mayo instead of regular mayo.

    Recipe #498559

    I found this recipe on Buzzfeed. These look like they're really fun to make. I haven't tried this recipe yet, but I will as soon as I find the Lyle's golden syrup at a store. Apparently, the Lyle's golden syrup has a unique, buttery taste, and it doesn't have a decent substitute. You can change the type of food coloring depending on the holiday- maybe red for Halloween, green for St. Patrick's Day, or whatever you like.

    Recipe #498558

    This recipe was somewhat inspired by Banriona's Recipe #408979, which I thought was a great Americanized twist on a classic Lebanese recipe. In the same vein, this is like a flavorful Indian curry crossed with a traditional stew. No rice or naan needed, as it's very filling. Perfect for a cold winter night!

    Recipe #496776

    These tuna patties taste like crab cakes, and are easy to make. I like putting the patties on buns and topping them with pickled jalapenos... YUM.

    Recipe #496031

    From a acouplecooks.com. I never make the dip, and I just serve the cauliflower as a side. It would make a nice snack with the dip though.

    Recipe #496026

    This recipe is from bonappetit.com, and it's a great healthy twist on my favorite salad- Chicken Caesar. It also looks great on the plate. I add capers to this, but it's not part of the original recipe.

    Recipe #494728

    This is a beautiful dish that can be thrown together in a half hour, but the flavor and presentation makes it seem like it took far longer to prepare.

    Recipe #494723

    Chicago-style pizza is great, but it can be a pain to make and way too expensive to buy from a restaurant... so I came up with this easy-to-make recipe. The best Chicago pizzas usually feature cornbread crusts, but the pie crusts make a surprisingly tasty substitute! I use this recipe by Dan-Amer #1 for the sausage (http://www.food.com/recipe/homemade-bulk-italian-sausage-chicago-style-329000), but store-bought sausage should work just as well.

    Recipe #494714

    I LOVE lentils. I eat them at least once a week. I also love capers and anchovies, so I came up with this. Lentils also taste delicious with an egg on top- especially one with a runny yolk. Don't let the anchovies scare you, as they're just there to flavor the lentils and their strong flavor will dissipate as you cook.

    Recipe #494039

    This decadent recipe is from Saveur.com, and is among the best I've found on their site. It's definitely a calorie bomb, so I'll only make it for holidays or special occasions. You'll never want to add sugar to a sweet potato dish ever again, as the cheesy, savory flavors pair perfectly with the natural sweetness of sweet potatoes. It almost tastes like pizza, and while it's great as a side dish, I think it would make a great vegetarian entree.

    Recipe #492444

    I made this for the holidays, and it was truly the best applesauce I've ever had. The apartment smelled incredible while it was cooking! I used a mixture of Gala and Fuji apples, although any apples should be fine. Courtesy of Saveur.com.

    Recipe #492442

    This is a unique-tasting stew that's packed with flavor. You can use plantains instead of bananas, but they need to be cooked a bit longer. I make my own lean turkey chorizo for this, but any chorizo will do. If you're unconcerned about calories, serve this with some additional fried bananas - yum!

    Recipe #492440

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